[Ma-linux] Looking for a voice app over ip
jhart at kevla.org
Sat May 12 21:31:37 EDT 2007
What is your experience with Skype? Pros/Cons?
> On Saturday 12 May 2007 19:31, Jay Hart wrote:
>> I've looked at sourceforge and a few other places, and havne't found what
>> I'm looking for, so thought I would see if someone could help me here.
>> I'm looking for a app that I can use to talk over the net, basically a peer
>> to peer app that I give it an "ip" address, and the other side gets a
>> request to start a session, then this app would use the features of a sound
>> It must run on Windows, linux optional.
>> Any suggestions?
>> Jay Hart
> The standard IM packages for Windows (Yahoo, AOL, and MSN) all support voice,
> cam, and file transfer - although sometimes iffy for Linux, and possibly iffy
> for Mac.
> You might also try Skype, which provides voice and file transfer for all 3 OS,
> and cam for Windows (and the video quality is far better than Yahoo/AOL/MSN)
> It also has better voice quality than the others.
> Ellis Pierce
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